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The All-New Chevrolet Equinox is Both Nimble and Quick

The All-New Chevrolet Equinox is Both Nimble and Quick

 

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Jack and Jill would’ve made it up the hill in style if they had only been driving a 2018 Equinox. And had Jack decided to drive over a candlestick instead of jump, his likelihood of getting burnt, thanks to the Equinox’s impressive ground clearance, would’ve been greatly reduced

Chevrolet has decreased the curb weight of this year’s Equinox SUV, but it has also added efficient, yet powerful turbocharged engines 

 

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Wondering Why So Many Vancouver Drivers are Buying SUVs?

As reported by AutoNews.com, a recent analysis of consumer data from the beginning of 2017 has shown that loyalty to SUVs is on the rise. In fact, 66 percent of SUV owners who replaced their car in the year’s first quarter, replaced it with a new SUV. That’s a 14 point increase to the 53 percent loyalty recorded back in 2012.

 

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Vancouver Gas Prices are Falling. Why the Volt is Still a Great Choice.

Gas prices have been on the decline in recent months. While that's good news all around, fuel efficiency is still something that a lot of drivers value. If that's what you're looking for, the 2017 Chevrolet Volt is your ticket. With a full battery and full tank of gas, the Volt can travel more than 400 miles before it runs out juice. Its gas engine alone has an impressive combined fuel economy of 42 mpg. It's often possible though, to forego gasoline altogether and travel using is battery alone.

 

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2017 Chevy Bolt: Ride the Lightning

You may have thought you'd heard it all when it comes to hybrid sedan breakthroughs. If that's true, you haven't heard of the 2017 Chevy Volt. With incredible style, stunning efficiency, and the contemporary technology every modern driver needs, it's no wonder the rising star of Chevy's lineup has been named Motor Trend Cars of the Year.

 

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2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2: Off to Never Never Land

There's a new group of pickup drivers who are pickup drivers in name only. While what they drive is a pickup truck in the conventional sense, what they've really got is an oversized sedan with a big trunk. Pick up drivers who visit Alan Webb Chevy might think that's all well and good, but what they're really after is a pick up that doesn't just look ready to rumble —but rumbles out of the driveway every morning.

 

 

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The Fast Lane Car Flips its Lid for 2017 Chevy Corvette

If the idea of high-flying performance sounds like your cup of tea, then we here at Alan Webb Chevrolet would be quick to couple you with our superstar sports car, the 2017 Chevy Corvette

And why would we do that, you wonder?

Click "play" on the clip below to find out; here now with more on all things Corvette is The Fast Lane Car personality Roman Mica:

A most excellent entry-level trim, the Stingray 1LT is not one to skimp on the good stuff.

Standard features on this model include 18-inch front and 19-inch rear wheels with summer tires, Brembo…

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2017 Chevy Malibu Charms KBB.com Critics

Has the midsize sedan segment been calling your name? Well, if so, we here at Alan Webb Chevrolet suggest you heed its cries -- and then turn your attention to ours, the 2017 Malibu.

Could it be a match made in automotive heaven for you two?

Kelley Blue Book Senior Associate Video Editor Zach Vlasuk is here to provide some context on the matter; join him in the clip below:

Standard on most Malibu models is a turbocharged 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Syncing with a six-speed automatic transmission, the base four-banger is rated at a respectable 160 horsepower and 184 pound-feet…

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Be Prepared on the Road

So what exactly is an emergency roadside kit? It will be your chance of survival in a bad situation and it should include a few vital components like bottled water, blankets and hand warmers. It should also include things like an ice scraper or snow brush, windshield washer fluid, and a foldable shovel. If you drive in snowy conditions, these items can get you out of a tight spot. Sand, salt, and cat litter can give you traction on ice, and jumper cables should just be in every car. You should also carry flares or reflective triangles, a flashlight and…
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